Glenns Ferry, ID 
Three Island Crossing Share
Uploaded By: zackparlin Hole #18 (Taken 5/2012)
3 / 277ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #18 Tee

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 New to Sport-First Time at this Course

1    8/9/2015   8/11/2015
Review By: redbaron88
Played: 5  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 2.2 Years
Pros: - wide open first couple holes
- scenic and challenging for a beginner
- very nice layout and variety of shots/distances
- $5 isn't bad, but that is to enter the park, cost is $5 per vehicle
Cons: - trying to play around picnic/day use patrons
- teeing areas need upkeep
- kids playing with sprinklers behind 14 was distracting
- sprinklers were on during holes 17 and 18 at 5pm
- $5 isn't bad, but that is to enter the park, cost is $5 per vehicle
Other Thoughts: - I put the cost in there as a pro and a con, although $5 isn't bad, if you bring a SUV loaded with friends, it costs the same as a single, plus they should use some of the money to maintain the teeing area's
- this is the next closest course to Mountain Home and is much more fun to play then the one in Mountain Home, so for me it is worth the drive to play

 Drive By Course On I-84!

1    7/25/2014   8/3/2014
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1167  Reviewed: 1115  Exp: 39.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Three Islands State Park sits right on the Snake River. The course here is just a little more fun and challenging than your typical little state park course. It plays through the picnic (mostly flat), cabin (on a slight hillside near the lake) and back to the bathroom/picnic areas (some elevation to contend with). When park guests are present, this could present a problem but somehow I doubt whether this little out-of-the-way state park is ever filled to capacity.
The tee pads are gravel enclosed by four timber beams and are actually pretty smooth. There are simple little fiberglass tee signs and the baskets are fine.
The holes are probably a little longer than most state park courses a few over 300' and one 475' Par 4. Scattered trees and distance are the challenges here.
I really liked # 5. It's 228' straight through a natural fairway to a basket just up a small hill. Pretty little hole with an interesting basket placement.
And # 9, when no-one is present, was a fun throw. 277' to a basket kinda hidden behind a picnic shelter with two routes are available.

Cons: $5 to enter the park.
Out of the way location.
Gnats were out in swarms.
Had to dodge the sprinklers.
Luckily no campers/picnickers were present.
Gravel tee pads.
Other Thoughts: The course has a nice variety of holes so it doesn't get boring. I could see someone playing this course on a regular basis. Another 9 baskets would be great but I don't quite see where they would fit in. There didn't seem to be much unused space available.

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